William Logan memorial - Buffalo Baptist Church, Cherokee County, S.C.

About 1995, descendants of William Logan (Nov 11, 1748 - Jan 7, 1833) placed a monument in his memory in the Buffalo Baptist Church cemetery near the town of Blacksburg in Cherokee County, South Carolina. William Logan was one of the four Logan brothers who fought in the Battle of King's Mountain during the American Revolutionary War. Although William Logan attended the Buffalo Baptist Church, he was not buried in the church's cemetery. According to an account given in 1881 by his grandson John Randolph Logan that is preserved in the Draper Manuscript Collection, William Logan was buried on his old homestead on main Buffalo Creek near the dividing line between North and South Carolina in a grave marked by an unsculptured stone with his initials "W.L." The location of this grave is unknown today.

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